The court announced Monday it is setting aside three days beginning March 26 to hear arguments regarding the constitutionality of President Obama’s healthcare legislation.
While the high court has never allowed cameras, the healthcare-law topic led C-SPAN to request access during the oral arguments. Sens. Dick DurbinDick DurbinDems press ITT Tech to give students right to sue Puerto Rico debt relief faces serious challenges in Senate Funding boost for TSA sails through committee MORE (D-Ill.) and Chuck GrassleyChuck GrassleyTen senators ask FCC to delay box plan Overnight Cybersecurity: Guccifer plea deal raises questions in Clinton probe Could Romanian hacker ‘Guccifer’ assist FBI’s probe of Clinton? MORE (R-Iowa) also introduced a Senate bill earlier this month that would allow cameras to cover public court proceedings.